Facebook Camera for iPhone, lets you share multiple photos instantly with mates.
“Today, we’re introducing Camera, a new mobile app that makes using Facebook photos faster and easier,” Facebook’s Dick Stoop announced on a blog.
Facebookers with an iPhone can now get snap happy and take, upload multiple photos all at once instead of having to post one at a time – all within the app.
After you take your shots, select those you want to share by tapping the check-mark on each image and then hit ‘post’.
Facebookers on iOS can also add a caption, location and tag friends before they share.
When users launch the Camera app on iPhone, you’ll get a feed of photos of your mates.
You can swipe to see any more of any album or tap to enlarge individual images.
And Facebook imaging has also gone hi-tech allowing you to edit photos with new tools like the ability to crop, rotate and add filters to any picture in your camera roll.
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And one of the best things about this is you don’t have to post dodgy images of yourself and can pick and choose which ones go on the social network.
SmartHouse asked Facebook if ‘Camera’ is coming to Android, and a spokesperson said:
“While we don’t comment on future products, we are always looking into ways to make user experience better across Android devices.” (That’s a probably, then).
And it seems Facebook are getting serious on imaging after forking out $1 billion for imaging guru Instagram last month.
Camera will be available for iPhone later today.
You can get a link to the app texted to your phone or just search for ‘Facebook Camera’ in the App Store.